Ulefone Armor 8 survives a brutal durability test

Ulefone is an established Chinese mobile phone manufacturer brand, which is well known for their rugged Armor series. Some time ago they added a new member to this series with Ulefone Armor 8 model. And to once again prove the extreme durability and sturdiness of this monster the makers published a very violent test video. That’s of course something we have to give to our readers too. So let’s check it out.

And they started with a pretty bold experiment. Armor 8 got doused with alcohol and then set on fire.  After that they put out the fire with fire extinguisher, and the phone emerged from the ordeal safe and sound even without any damage caused by the ash. Afterwards the phone was repeatedly dropped from more than 1.5 meters height onto different surfaces, including lawn, concrete floor and some more.  And of course Armor 8 managed to reach the end of the tests successfully and remained intact and functional. They even used high-pressure water gun to wash the phone. So all doubts about its sturdiness really put out to rest.

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Armor 8 not only performs great in durability tests, but also features a decent hardware configuration. It is powered by MediaTek Helio P60 octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Also sports a 6.1-inch 19.5:9 waterdrop screen, 16MP triple rear camera system including a 5MP macro lens, 5580mAh massive battery with 15W fast charge, face & fingerprint unlocking. And it also supports NFC & Google Pay or runs the latest Android 10 OS.

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Right now Ulefone Armor 8 is available in hot sale on Banggood with an attached price tag of $139.99. As a mid-range rugged smartphone with decent configuration, that’s a quite reasonable price, so don’t miss out on it. You can learn more about the device by heading to the Ulefone’s official website.

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